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Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Panasonic Introduced Semi-Rugged Toughbook 52


Built on the new Santa Rosa chipset from Intel, the Toughbook 52 offers all the processing power of a desktop replacement notebook in a form factor engineered from the ground up for mobility.

This new widescreen semi-rugged Toughbook comes equipped with additional security features, a new carrying handle and optional embedded access to next-generation wireless data networks from major wireless carriers. In addition, the MIL-SPEC-certified notebook incorporates the durable design features - such as magnesium alloy cases, flexible internal connectors and shock-mounted hard drives and LCDs.

With battery life of approximately 4-6 hours, depending on use environment, the Toughbook 52 is certified to the MIL-STD-810F standard, tested to withstand drops of up to 2.5 feet on all six sides. The hard drive itself is tested to withstand a drop of 3 feet. The Toughbook 52 also includes a spill-resistant keyboard.

The Toughbook 52 will initially ship with optional embedded access to the EV-DO Rev. A. mobile broadband network of Verizon Wireless. Integrated WLAN and Bluetooth also ensure that users stay connected, wherever their work takes them.

To safeguard valuable data and enable customers to comply with increasing data security regulations, the new Toughbook 52 is equipped with the Trusted Platform Module (TPM v1.2) security chip, the Computrace software agent in BIOS and an optional fingerprint scanner and SmartCard reader.

Main specification:

CF-52 (Optimized Configuration), Estimated Street Price: $2,499.00

CPU Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0G, T7300
Chipset PM965
Memory DDR2 1GB (Max.2GB+2GB)
LCD 15.4" WUXGA
Video AMD X2300
VRAM 512MB
HDD 120GB (SATA)
MP Multi-drive
I/O Serial, IEEE1394a, VGA, Giga LAN, Modem, USB x4
Card PC Card x1, Express card x1, SD
Security TPM 1.2 / Smart Card (Op) / Finger Print (Op)
Wireless Wireless LAN 802.11abg
Bluetooth Ver. 2.0 + EDR (Std)
WWAN-Ready (Optional EV-DO or HSDPA)
AC Adapter 120W
Battery 85W, approximately 4.5 hours, depending on usage, environment
Dimensions 11.3" x 14.0" x 2.0"
Weight 7.4 lbs (w/handle)


CF-52 (Standard Configuration), Estimated Street Price: $1,649.00

CPU Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8G, T7100
Chipset GM965
Memory DDR2 1GB (Max.2GB+2GB)
LCD 15.4" WXGA
Video Intel Embedded
VRAM (UMA up to 128MB)
HDD 80GB (SATA)
MP Multi-drive
I/O Serial, IEEE1394a, VGA, Giga LAN,
Modem, USB x4, PC Card x1, Express card x1, SD
Security TPM 1.2 / Smart Card (Op) / Finger Print (Op)
Wireless Wireless LAN 802.11abg
Bluetooth Ver. 2.0 + EDR (Op)
WWAN-Ready (Optional EV-DO or HSDPA)
AC Adaptor 120W
Battery 85W, approximately 7.5 hours, depending on usage, environment
Dimensions 11.3" x 14.0" x 2.0"
Weight 7.3 lbs (w/handle)


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